Creating HTML & CSV Tables in Power Automate is a feature that enables users to quickly and easily create tables in the form of HTML or CSV files. This allows you to use data from multiple sources, such as SharePoint lists, SQL databases, or Excel spreadsheets, and combine them into one table. The ability to output these tables in either HTML or CSV format makes it easy for users to view and manipulate their data within Power Automate. Additionally, this feature can also be used to generate reports with dynamic content based on user input.
“In this post, I’ll show you how to create HTML & CSV tables in Power Automate from an array or some data from a previous action! Why? You might wonder, why would I need to create a HTML or CSV table in Power Automate? Well… here’s some use cases! There’s a couple, I’m sure you’ve”
✅ Why these are useful…
✅ Getting some data to work with
✅ Creating a CSV table
✅ Creating a file in OneDrive for our CSV table to sit in
✅ Creating a HTML table
✅ Sending our HTML table in an email to someone
✅ Further styling our HTML table with CSS to make it a little less boring!
Did you miss yesterday’s blog post? Make sure you check it out on my website to learn about filtering arrays in Power Automate!
Creating HTML & CSV Tables in Power Automate - Low Code Lewis
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